Queen Mathilde and Philippe held a lunch at Royal Palace

On May 30, 2017, King Philippe and Queen Mathilde of Belgium held a lunch at Royal Palace in Brussels for the jury members of the Queen Elisabeth Cello Competition 2017.
Queen Mathilde held a lunch at the Royal Palace in Brussels for the jury members of the Queen Elisabeth Cello Competition 2017
Queen Mathilde held a lunch at the Royal Palace in Brussels for the jury members of the Queen Elisabeth Cello Competition 2017
Queen Mathilde held a lunch at the Royal Palace in Brussels for the jury members of the Queen Elisabeth Cello Competition 2017
Queen Mathilde held a lunch at the Royal Palace in Brussels for the jury members of the Queen Elisabeth Cello Competition 2017
Queen Mathilde held a lunch at the Royal Palace in Brussels for the jury members of the Queen Elisabeth Cello Competition 2017
Yesterday, on May 29, 2017, Queen Mathilde and King Philippe of Belgium attended the first session of the finals of the Queen Elisabeth Cello Competition 2017 at Brussels Centre for Fine Arts in Brussels.
Queen Mathilde and King Philippe of Belgium attended the first session of the finals of the Queen Elisabeth Cello Competition 2017
Queen Mathilde and King Philippe of Belgium attended the first session of the finals of the Queen Elisabeth Cello Competition 2017
Queen Mathilde and King Philippe of Belgium attended the first session of the finals of the Queen Elisabeth Cello Competition 2017

12 comments:

  1. Classe et élégance comme toujours!

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  2. Both dresses looks good ...love the green personally

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  3. The green one is a beautiful dress!! Raw silk, maybe? (It is a little bit to tight and to short on the Queen?)
    The evening dress reminds me very much of 1976, it tells me: "Do not throw the old clothes away!", ha ha. Anyway: not my taste anymore.

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  4. Understated chic- elegance, classic Mathilde

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  5. The green would be lovely if just a bit longer.

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  6. I like both dresses here - both have a slightly vintage vibe, the green from the 60s and the print from the 70s.

    The green is a very flattering colour and I like that raw silk texture.

    The print is not subtle but I like it and she can carry it off.

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  7. Delightful, charming, understated elegance: slightly retro, which is always there with fashion. I love it.

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  8. Mathilde is very elegant women, both dresses are nice, exept the green one is a little bit too small for her - and that's only mistake she made (and not the first time).

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  9. The green dress, is more Mathilde. The colour style and fit. The evening dress, would look more at home on Maxima than on Mathilde. She always looks her best, in the less bold styles. Mathilde exudes femininity when she wears light shades, and steers away from the big and bold prints.

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  10. Whoa! 1970'a floral curtains! Mathilde has really gone retro.

    The green frock is nice, just a tad short.

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